1 "I think that if you would take the trouble of reflecting, you could find a way of simplifying the negotiation," said Franz.
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2 Unfortunately, the negotiation failed, and when he returned to defend his benefactor, he was dead.
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3 Miss Skiffins's brother conducted the negotiation.
4 The end of the negotiation was, that she bought the property on tolerably easy terms, and Traddles was transported with pleasure.
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5 Even this arrangement was not effected without considerable negotiation, for Mme.
6 Thornton Lacey was the name of his impending living, as Miss Crawford well knew; and her interest in a negotiation for William Price's knave increased.
7 The machinery had still to be installed, and Whymper was negotiating the purchase of it, but the structure was completed.
8 He is negotiating with the Jew, I suppose," replied De Bracy, coolly; "probably the howls of Isaac have drowned the blast of the bugle.
9 said nothing, did not even look up, he tolerated the two of them negotiating over him like an object, that was even what suited him best.
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10 Like I said, they would not let me through to see him at the bank because he was negotiating with some gentleman just then.
11 From all which circumstances his duplicity might have been suspected, since, had he meant to do as he had engaged, it was most unlikely that he should be negotiating so openly.
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12 The foregoing constituted the most difficult step that our hero had to negotiate.
13 These gentlemen ride onto the bridge alone and wave white handkerchiefs; they assure the officer on duty that they, the marshals, are on their way to negotiate with Prince Auersperg.
14 The commencement of his speech had obviously been made with the intention of demonstrating the advantages of his position and showing that he was nevertheless willing to negotiate.
15 Having similarly explained his views and his magnanimity to Tutolmin, he dispatched that old man also to Petersburg to negotiate.